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(December 2012)


June 21, 2016

The leading voices on the EU referendum all come from the same elitist, sexist, Bullingdon club. Illustration: Author's own

There are plenty of right (or wrong) and left wing arguments for Brexit. While I recognise all of these points, I still think it is fundamental to...

June 10, 2016

Illustration: Cleo de 5 a 7, 1962 dir. Agnés Varda (edit: authors own)

‘We felt the imprisonment of being a girl, the way it made your mind active and dreamy.’ - The Virgin Suicides, 1999 dir. Sofia Coppola

In the latest Artforum, Ara Osterweil (author of Flesh Cinema (M...

June 10, 2016

The contemporary Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi describes his own work as a creative impulse to “paint the process of miniature painting”, a practice found in the royal courts of Delhi at least five centuries ago. The artist’s most recent solo-exhibition, ‘Where the Sh...

June 2, 2016

The ‘Vogue100’showat the NationalPortraitGalleryisproudly boasted asitsblockbuster, anditcertainlyis a dazzling draw. However,before venturing into the vast Vogue space veer right into the ‘Russia and the Arts’exhibition,andlanguish inthe calm before thestylishstorm of...

June 2, 2016

Illustration by Author


Leighton House Museum’s latest exhibition is a commemoration of a promised gift to the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, from one of the most significant private collections in North America. The group of eighty drawings was collected by Dr Den...

June 2, 2016

The latest installment in a line of ‘blockbuster exhibitions' sweeping Europe, the National Gallery's ‘Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art' has received mixed reviews. Well, mixed in the sense that they vary from neutral to outright condemnation.  


June 2, 2016


Illustration by Author


We’ve all got a lot of stuff to do - heads to stuff with facts, sinuses to un-stuff. Or maybe you’re a newly elected SU member, rubbing your hands together ready to rid an arguably (everything is always arguable) hegemonic system of its stuffy w...

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